SCQF are holding their first online conference on 24 March 2022. The conference will run from 10.00 – 15.30 and the theme is Recognising Skills in a Changing Landscape. Shirley-Anne Somerville MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills, will provide a keynote address and Ruth Jennings, Skills Development Programme Manager at Sainsbury’s, as well as chair of the Apprenticeship Approval Group, has agreed to chair the event.
The event features a variety of speakers, a panel session exploring future use of the SCQF and five breakout seminars. These will allow delegates to hear more about how the SCQF is being used by learners, schools, employers, Credit Rating Bodies, CLD, colleges and HEIs, so covering a broad range of interests.
The conference is free to attend and you can book your place at https://scqf.org.uk/workshops/events/2022/march/scqf-online-conference-2022/
“LLS have a very professional approach to training & Learning, which I have shared with others internally and externally.”
Elaine Webser, Scottish Language Dictionaries
“It feels good to be belong to Learning link and I look forward to other events and to making use of your materials.”
Delegate, Annual Conference
“Our vision for Scotland is for a learning nation where Scotland is not only the best place in the world to grow up in but also the best place to learn.”
Learning Link Scotland